Decent panels?

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Tom Alder
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Decent panels?

Post by Tom Alder » 12 Sep 2009, 03:23

Anyone know of any high quality panels that include overhead, FMC, etc?
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Re: Decent panels?

Post by FJ flyer » 12 Sep 2009, 04:48

The PS Panels 737NG panel on Avsim included an overhead but no FMC.
The iFly 747-400 panel is good--it has and overhead, FMC, and all that good stuff. But I think the FMC info is out of date. The iFly model sucks so I'd advise you to merge it with the POSKY model. I can get you a link for the instructions if you want.

Apart from those two, the only other good panels that include lots of systems are payware. Wilco, PMDG, CLS, Airsimmer and QualityWings (The latter two haven't released their projects yet).
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Re: Decent panels?

Post by RatherBFlyin » 12 Sep 2009, 06:03

If you are looking for a good FMC, I would advise against going with Roger Wilco/Feel There. Granted my experience with them is limited, but I was not at all pleased with the FMC included with their CRJ package. It was only partially functional, and the functionality that was left out included some crucial parts.

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Re: Decent panels?

Post by Northwestdc9 » 12 Sep 2009, 06:48

Freeware only?
RatherBFlyin wrote:If you are looking for a good FMC, I would advise against going with Roger Wilco/Feel There. Granted my experience with them is limited, but I was not at all pleased with the FMC included with their CRJ package. It was only partially functional, and the functionality that was left out included some crucial parts.
True on the CRJs but VASTLY better and actually fantastic in the Airbus and Embraer E-Jet series.
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Re: Decent panels?

Post by Randy » 13 Sep 2009, 17:44

Integrated Simavionics. FMC, gauge suite.

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